Repairing Sierra Leone Starts with Mental Health
BRAMPTON, Ontario — Only 2,000 of the 715,000 people living with mental illnesses in Sierra Leone receive treatment. Since the end of the civil war in 2002, Sierra Leone has been trying to repair itself socially and economically. In 2007, Sierra Leone trailed at the end of the U.N. Human Development Index, a report that ranks nations based on factors affecting quality of life. Now, Sierra Leone sits 11 spots from the bottom.
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